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-r )epartmental Notice Separation Alktwaace*. 4tl) JII!;.. fOlft IO I KT. fg hereby #ven I bat flfttr the 29th inst, \\\ v< rsonf entitled toSeper Woo Al -nces in cortnec [on with the Bahamas Con indents, will be paid on the last Saturday in each month Instead off -weekly as hereto lore. T. V. MATTHEWS, Receiver General and Treasurer. NOTICE SALE of plants and refreshments—-under the patronage of His Excellency the Governor |nd Lady Allafdyce— will be leld on Friday, '14th inst in (he grounds of the Victoria Hall Proceeds to The Soldiers and Jailers Fund. Doors open at 4 o'clock. Admission—3d. WANTED N INTILLIGHNT ypuntf man. Also a bright bnv to deliver ipers in the City anil a portion fthe Eastern district. Hoy must |ve in the Enstern District. Apply TRIBUNE OFFICE. NOTICE 'HIS is to inform mv Patrons and the Public, Jiat I have opened my lublic Black Smith Shop; Jd am now ready to do |iything in the line or Generepair or new work Horses icing a specialty. All work he Mechanically P. A, HUYLBR. Under the Distinguished btronage of His Excellency le Governor and Lady Allur\ce. A CONCERT By 2nd. Bahamas Girl Guides IS. Andrew's Hall on Tues jy, August 1st in ;iid of the }d Cross. TV "Best" Light. A SOFT, luminous light, which casts no shadow. Brighter than electricity or acetylene. Makes and burns its own gas. Cost 2 cents a week. Mo dirt, smoke nor odor. Over 200 styles, ranging from 100 to 2000 candle power. Absolutely guaranteed. Write for illustrated catalogne, THE BEST LIGHT CO. 324 E. 5th St., Canton, O. NOTICE During my absence from the Colony, Mr. J. Samuel Knowlea will act as my Attorney. G.T. KNOW1.KS, Prop. Big 4 Shoe Store. Nassau, .tune 7, 1910. LOST. Yesterday, July h — A quantity of Milk Bills. Finder, kindly return to T. M. KNOWLES, or TRIBUKI OFFICE. W~A. MATHER UNDERTAKER D ESIRES to inform his friends and the Public that he has just received a complete outfit of facilities for the business of an undertaker, which placed him in R position to carry out Funerals that may be entrusted to his care with system and despatch ; an.d respectfully solicits their patronage. Get my Price first and prove that they are the very lowest for first class work. Dont Forget that WM. HILTON 260 Bay St. has A FINE ASSORTMENT of white summer goods for ladies, INCLUDING White "Middy" Drill suitable for Ladies' Middies, Skirts and Boys' suits at 1/per yard. Phone 201. THE TIGER ^ is one of the most destructive of animals, and is a source of much danger to life. SUNLIGHT SOAP preserves and lengthens the life of your clothes, but it is a source of destruction to all dirt and uncleanliness. The amount of destruction wrought by a tiger in a single night, cannot be compared to the amount of destruction wrought by inferior soap in a single wash-day. SUNLIGHT SOAP is an absolutely pure Soap, that saves your clothes, time, money, and labour. TRY IT. 42V. Bahamas Belgian Relief Fund Under the auspices of THE ST. ANDREW SOCIETY OF THE BAHAMAS Patron His Excellency Sir William L. Allardyce, K. C. M. G.,Govein< r Appeal Committee Chairman The Honourable James P. Sands, M E. C. Honourable Haicotirt Malcolm, K. C. T. S. Hilton, Esquire. Honourable JR. C. Young, M. E. C. O. 1-. Pritdhard, Esquire .honourable William Miller, M. L. C. A. Kenneth Solomon, M H M. Rae, Esquire. II. A Esquire. Honorary Treasurer L. (i. Brice, M. H, A Esquire, Honorary Secretary Cyril I*. Solomon, Esquire J. S. Johnson Co. Offers to dealers its freshly canned Pineapples as follows: 1 Sliced and Grated, 4 dOz, tins to case at 8s. 4jd.per cas 2 i> )i it 2 ,, ,, ,, ,, al /s. ^(i. ,, The above are sugared, ready for table io Crushed I d>z tins to case at 8s. Gd. per case 10 Grated I, „ „ „ „ „ 8s. 6d. „ 10 Thick Slices i „ ,. „ ,,78.40*. „ „ to Fingers \ „ „ 7s. 8id. „ „ Terms—Net Cash, delivered at Factory. f July 6th 1916.



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/ SxilllMS rvcllll. Ills Hir/Vf111 Vfli>.. :ni> 1,111 "•• %  hound to awenr !•> the l>oini\ of no Master, VOL. XIII. N.i •.-! N. P.. Bahiiniivi. MONDAY July 10. l-lh No. 199 %  nii" "i %  f.. OILBKRT DUHUCH, Editor and Proprittor, 0KKICK: Cnrner„Milrley A. Chivrlolte Sla .Vduau, .V. /'., liahamas TIIONI: 900. P.i. BOX LOS. I'l MI.ISII! i DAILY RATES Monday. Wednesday and Friday— Id sis during t I Kj.j hours pie ceeding 10 a.m. I )ui ing the w %  k therehasbeen 126 deatlis and 8 o 1 ases. The fed xal authorities have often .1 ihi use of l-'.llis Island fi >r the youthful \ ictiins. Paris:—The French have PtMRday,and fhundai single OH id advanced fm t her on Sonime news of the Anglo-French o J-.. ..... _:. .1>,p %  a % %  Saturday— single cony Weekly' ... Monthly Ouaitciiy PfrlfYr.i'iK really 1 1 mso.l id. ii ing posit ions 1 e cenlly won. London: The Ge 1 m a M steamer Dorsta, 3,600 ions grots, has \ en sunk b\ the Russians. London: — There is disordei in many Gei man towns in eluding Berlin following the i-. 18I'AVABLK IN AUVANOK \ dvi 111 1 1 %  i; iii • < hence |iei line 101 fnt ni-.citi.iii: three | ence %  '•i line EofMCoixi insertion : ainl me|e:iov ).eline loi iubqiMul i'iv-1 Un i-. Ici emlil lineI-. l."'iI'-i:L'''|t'1J front in the region of Bello) M en, banterreand Estrees. — I London: —Britishoperations %  {on theSommefront are im peded by unusually heavy rains during 1110 past few days. I he Mi iiish have cap tured 20 guns and 51 machine ^Tli<' Ward Line S S.GuantBknnno sailed from Ww York on Saturday, 8th July, at 4 p.m. with 7,700 bbls. cargo for Nassau. — :o: — I he S. S. Mniiterev arrived in New York this (Monday) morning. Radiograms July qth, 1916. Laredo, Texas:—A Texas Ranger and Ins two ranch employes pursued thirty Mexican bandits who stole 40 horses f O01 his ranch. 14 of the b nidils were killed by the three men near the border and the horses recovered. II is reported that 200 of Carranza soldiers and campfollowers were massacred by Yaqui Indians. Villa has a large force of men togeather arid his opera tions are causing great concern to Carranza. — h'usive. I hese disorders were different from the customary food liots and seemed i'.n more serious having all the characteristics of popular re volt. People surrounded troops to force them to join the re volt. The mi >st serious demons tiation was around Potsdam where a vast mob indulged in imprecations against the imperial family. Julv loth tgi6. London; Fighting he tween Ancreand Somme continues but with less violence last night than during the two preci eding days. Further progress has bet n made by the French nearOvillers. Paris:—The situation nn Taking 2.000 tbeSomme front is unchanged On the Verdun front the Germans heavily bombarded Chattancourt, Fleury and Damloup sectors. Berlin: '! he Germans re pulsi d repealed at lacks by the British and French on the Somme front. The a'ttai kers sustained heavy losses. Heavy attacks bv the K'us siunsagainst Prince Leopolds forces in Baranovichi region werr repulsi d. Petrogrnd;—'I he Russians have pnssed the Germans further back west of Czar toiysk. The Russians cap tured several small towns yesterday. pi isoners. In Galicia there was fm th er progress against Von Loth meisarmv, 1 000 men beinj captured. Constantinople: -The Rus sians in the Tchoruk sector of the Caucasus vainly at tempted to regain positions Berlin : — Heavy fighting continues on the Somme front The Germans lost ground in I Hardecourt village but repelled other assaults. The beaten Back with large los to the a; lackers. Petrograd: Import a gains w ere made by the Ri sians m Southern Galic 'I he rail \\ ay town of Delay was captureo in the dri towards KoV< I. The Russia took two more viilflgl s on t Lower St okhod. I etlionic ft i is are retiiing in great di orrYr. Berlin:—The British stca ei Pendonnis, 2,< 00 U ns, w 1 a cargo of timbe was < aptu ed by a Gei man wai-lrip • the Norwegian coasl ar brought to a German port. London: A German aer< plane nppe red ov< 1 the I'.n; fish coast todn> but was dri' en off and dropped no bomb Baltimore:—A German su ma 1 ine a >nsign< d to N011 German Lloyd here has en tered the custom house, si carries d\ (stuffs a id med cines Washington: —It is UllO In iall v assumed heio that tl German submarine u hich nj rived at BtilUmore is a <"' inert ial ship and not a vvr vessel though the custom at Ihorities may raise a qu< st 10 entirely new to interhation? law. •aptured by the links. They, Entente Allies suffered heavy left 400 dead before one posi losses. tion. Rome: -There is notable New York:—Eighteen chilartillery activity on the'l icn dren died of infantile paraly Itino fr> nt. The Italians are Berlin:—The Russians made further violent attacks on various sectors but were Notice. T HE undi isigned begS t warn the public from pur dnsing an old mahogan; bedstead ('antique) irom Mr; Rosea Sweeting as it is no her property. (Signed) MRS, HARRIETRECKI.EY i


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Publication Date: Monday, July 10, 1916
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SxilllMS rvcllll. Ills Hir/Vf- 111 Vfli>.. :ni> 1,111
",. hound to awenr !> the l>oini\ of no Master,
VOL. XIII.
N.i .-! N. P.. Bahiiniivi. MONDAY July 10. l-lh
No. 199
nii" "i
f.. OILBKRT DUHUCH,
Editor and Proprittor,
0KKICK:
CnrnerMilrley A. Chivrlolte Sla
.Vduau, .V. /'., liahamas
TIIoni: 900. P.i. BOX LOS.
I'l MI.ISII! i DAILY
RATES
Monday. Wednesday and Friday
Id
sis during tIk- j.j hours pie
ceeding 10 a.m. I )ui ing the
w k therehasbeen 126 deatlis
and 8 o 1 ases.
The fed xal authorities have
often .1 ihi use of l-'.llis Island
fi >r the youthful \ ictiins.
Paris:The French have
PtMRday,and fhundai singleoh id advanced fm t her on Sonime news of the Anglo-French o
J-.. ..... _:. .1- >,p a
Saturday single cony
Weekly' ...
Monthly
Ouaitciiy
PfrlfYr.i'iK .
really
1 1 mso.l id.ii ing posit ions 1 e
cenlly won.
London: The Ge 1 m a m
steamer Dorsta, 3,600 ions
grots, has \ en sunk b\ the
Russians.
London: There is disordei
in many Gei man towns in
eluding Berlin following the
i--
. 18-
I'AVABLK IN AUVANOK
\dvi 111 1 1 i; iii < hence |iei line
101 fnt ni-.citi.iii: three | ence .'i line
EofMCoixi insertion : ainl me|e:iov ).e-
line loi iubqiMul i'iv-1 Un i-.
Ici emlil line- I-.
l."'iI'-i:L'''|t-
'1J front in the region of Bello)
. m en, banterreand Estrees.

I London: Britishoperations
{on theSommefront are im
peded by unusually heavy
rains during 1110 past few
days. I he Mi iiish have cap
tured 20 guns and 51 machine
^Tli<' Ward Line S S.Guan-
tBknnno sailed from Ww York
on Saturday, 8th July, at 4
p.m. with 7,700 bbls. cargo
for Nassau.
:o:
I he S. S. Mniiterev arrived
in New York this (Monday)
morning.
Radiograms
July qth, 1916.
Laredo, Texas:A Texas
Ranger and Ins two ranch
employes pursued thirty
Mexican bandits who stole
40 horses f O01 his ranch. 14
of the b nidils were killed by
the three men near the border
and the horses recovered.
II is reported that 200 of
Carranza soldiers and camp-
followers were massacred by
Yaqui Indians.
Villa has a large force of
men togeather arid his opera
tions are causing great con-
cern to Carranza.
*
h'usive. I hese disorders were
different from the customary
food liots and seemed i'.n
more serious having all the
characteristics of popular re
volt.
People surrounded troops
to force them to join the re
volt.
The mi >st serious demons
tiation was around Potsdam
where a vast mob indulged
in imprecations against the
imperial family.
Julv loth tgi6.
London; Fighting he
tween Ancreand Somme con-
tinues but with less violence
last night than during the
two preci eding days. Further
progress has bet n made by
the French nearOvillers.
Paris:The situation nn
Taking 2.000 tbeSomme front is unchanged
On the Verdun front the
Germans heavily bombarded
Chattancourt, Fleury and
Damloup sectors.
Berlin: '! he Germans re
pulsi d repealed at lacks by
the British and French on the
Somme front. The a'ttai kers
sustained heavy losses.
Heavy attacks bv the K'us
siunsagainst Prince Leopolds
forces in Baranovichi region
werr repulsi d.
Petrogrnd;'I he Russians
have pnssed the Germans
further back west of Czar
toiysk. The Russians cap
tured several small towns
yesterday.
pi isoners.
In Galicia there was fm th
er progress against Von Loth
meisarmv, 1 000 men beinj
captured.
Constantinople: -The Rus
sians in the Tchoruk sector
of the Caucasus vainly at
tempted to regain positions
Berlin : Heavy fighting
continues on the Somme front
The Germans lost ground in I
Hardecourt village but re-
pelled other assaults. The
beaten Back with large los
to the a; lackers.
Petrograd: Import a
gains w ere made by the Ri
sians m Southern Galic
'I he rail \\ ay town of Delay
was captureo in the dri
towards KoV< I. The Russia
took two more viilflgl s on t
Lower St okhod. I etlionic ft
i is are retiiing in great di
orrYr.
Berlin:The British stca
ei Pendonnis, 2,< 00 U ns, w 1
a cargo of timbe was < aptu
ed by a Gei man wai-lrip
the Norwegian coasl ar
brought to a German port.
London: A German aer<
plane nppe red ov< 1 the I'.n;
fish coast todn> but was dri'
en off and dropped no bomb
Baltimore:A German su
ma 1 ine a >nsign< d to N011
German Lloyd here has en
tered the custom house, si
carries d\ (stuffs a id med
cines
Washington: It is UllO
In iall v assumed heio that tl
German submarine u hich nj
rived at BtilUmore is a <"'
inert ial ship and not a vvr
vessel though the custom at
Ihorities may raise a qu< st 10
entirely new to interhation?
law.
aptured by the links. They, Entente Allies suffered heavy
left 400 dead before one posi losses.
tion.
Rome: -There is notable
New York:Eighteen chil- artillery activity on the'l icn
dren died of infantile paraly Itino fr> nt. The Italians are
Berlin:The Russians
made further violent attacks
on various sectors but were
Notice.
THE undi isigned begS t
warn the public from pur
dnsing an old mahogan;
bedstead ('antique) irom Mr;
Rosea Sweeting as it is no
her property.
(Signed)
Mrs, HARRIETRECKI.EY
i


-r
)epartmental Notice
Separation Alktwaace*.
4tl) Jii!;.. fOlft
IO I KT. fg hereby #ven
' I bat flfttr the 29th inst,
\\\ v< rsonf entitled toSeper
Woo Al -nces in cortnec
[on with the Bahamas Con
indents, will be paid on the
last Saturday in each month
Instead off -weekly as hereto
lore.
T. V. MATTHEWS,
Receiver General
and Treasurer.
NOTICE
SALE of plants and refresh-
ments-under the patronage of
His Excellency the Governor
|nd Lady Allafdyce will be
leld on Friday, '14th inst in
(he grounds of the Victoria Hall
Proceeds to The Soldiers and
Jailers Fund.
Doors open at 4 o'clock.
Admission3d.
WANTED
N INTILLIGHNT ypuntf man.
Also a bright bnv to deliver
ipers in the City anil a portion
fthe Eastern district. Hoy must
|ve in the Enstern District.
Apply Tribune Office.
. NOTICE
'HIS is to inform mv
Patrons and the Public,
Jiat I have opened my
lublic Black Smith Shop;
Jd am now ready to do
|iything in the line or Gene-
repair or new work Horses
icing a specialty. All work
he Mechanically
P. A, HUYLBR.
Under the Distinguished
btronage of His Excellency
le Governor and Lady Allur-
\ce.
A CONCERT
By
2nd. Bahamas Girl Guides
IS. Andrew's Hall on Tues
jy, August 1st in ;iid of the
}d Cross.
TV "Best" Light.
A SOFT, luminous light,
which casts no shadow.
Brighter than electricity or
acetylene. Makes and burns
its own gas. Cost 2 cents a
week.
Mo dirt, smoke nor odor.
Over 200 styles, ranging from
100 to 2000 candle power.
Absolutely guaranteed.
Write for illustrated cata-
logne,
THE BEST LIGHT CO.
324 E. 5th St., Canton, O.
NOTICE
During my absence from
the Colony, Mr. J. Samuel
Knowlea will act as my At-
torney.
G.T. KNOW1.KS,
Prop. Big 4 Shoe Store.
Nassau, .tune 7, 1910.
LOST.
Yesterday, July h A quant-
ity of Milk Bills. Finder,
kindly return to
T. M. KNOWLES, or
Tribuki Office.
W~A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES to inform his
friends and the Public
that he has just received a
complete outfit of facilities
for the business of an under-
taker, which placed him in r
position to carry out Funerals
that may be entrusted to his
care with system and des-
patch ; an.d respectfully soli-
cits their patronage. Get my
Price first and prove that
they are the very lowest for
first class work.
Dont Forget
that
WM. HILTON
260 Bay St.
has
A FINE ASSORTMENT
of white summer goods
for ladies,
INCLUDING
White "Middy" Drill suitab-
le for Ladies' Middies, Skirts
and Boys' suits at 1/- per
yard.
Phone 201.
THE TIGER ^
is one of the most destructive of animals, and is
a source of much danger to life.
SUNLIGHT SOAP
preserves and lengthens the life of your clothes, but
it is a source of destruction to all dirt and unclean-
liness. The amount of destruction wrought by a tiger
in a single night, cannot
be compared to the amount
of destruction wrought by
inferior soap in a single
wash-day. Sunlight Soap
is an absolutely pure Soap,
that saves your clothes,
time, money, and labour.
TRY IT.
42V.
Bahamas Belgian Relief Fund
Under the auspices of
THE ST. ANDREW SOCIETY OF THE BAHAMAS
Patron
His Excellency Sir William L. Allardyce, K. C. M. G.,Govein< r
Appeal Committee
Chairman The Honourable James P. Sands, M E. C.
Honourable Haicotirt Malcolm, K. C. T. S. Hilton, Esquire.
Honourable JR. C. Young, M. E. C. O. 1-. Pritdhard, Esquire
.honourable William Miller, M. L. C. A. Kenneth Solomon, M
H M. Rae, Esquire. II. A Esquire.
Honorary Treasurer
L. (i. Brice, M. H, A Esquire,
Honorary Secretary
Cyril I*. Solomon, Esquire
J. S. Johnson Co.
Offers to dealers its freshly canned Pineapples as follows:
1 Sliced and Grated, 4 dOz, tins to case at 8s. 4jd.per cas
2 i> )i it 2 ,, ,, ,, ,, al /s. ^(i. ,,
The above are sugared, ready for table
io Crushed I d>z tins to case at 8s. Gd. per case
10 Grated I, 8s. 6d.
10 Thick Slices i ,. ,,78.40*.
to Fingers \....., 7s. 8id.
TermsNet Cash, delivered at Factory. f
July 6th 1916.


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